What is it about miniature beauty products that makes me want to squeal with joy? From bite-sized Beautyblenders to tiny Tom Ford lipsticks, I hoard these little guys like I’m at risk of shrinking à la Ant-Man at any moment. That’s why I was overjoyed to find out that Harry Josh Pro Tools—a brand beloved by celebrity hair stylists—now has smaller sizes of two of its tools, a 1.25 inch curling iron and a ceramic flat styling iron. Not only are they cute as hell, but they’re also insanely practical for travelers.

Travel Curling Iron 1.25 Inch

Harry Josh Pro Tools


I have a pretty extensive haircare routine, and like to continue it on the road. I’ll bring along all my serums, and leave-ins, and styling tools, but in desperate times when I need to choose between another pair of shoes or a curling iron, I usually pick the shoes. Hot tools can get bulky. And, if you’re like me and insist on packing the entire Dyson Airwrap set in your carry-on, they suck up a lot of space. The travel Harry Josh curling iron and flatiron are each around only six ounces and less than a foot long. They’re compact enough to even fit in your personal item.

Another travel woe is when I pack tools only to realize I forgot a converter and can’t use them anyway. You won’t have to worry with these minis: They both have universal voltage (100-240V, 50-60Hz) so you can use them most places in the world. Other tech highlights? They both heat up in only 30 seconds and have 360° swivel cords for easy maneuvering around your entire head. In case you’re worried about burning down the entire hotel, fear not—the tool also automatically shuts off after one hour for safety.

Travel Ceramic Flat Styling Iron (1 piece)

Harry Josh Pro Tools


Now, for the best part of all: The price. Harry Josh tools are premium—full-sized tools hover around the $200 range—but both of these are going for under $100. Thanks to Dermstore’s 20th anniversary sale, they’re both 20 percent off when you use the code “CELEBRATE” at checkout. That means the flatiron, usually $115, is now $92 while the curling iron, usually $90, is now $72. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yup, get both.

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